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1. The Big Pink157 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
2. Insomnia Cookies1227 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
3. Sakaya Kitchen3400 N Miami Ave, Miami
4. Limited Edition Caffé & Vino Buono7580 NE 4th Ct, Miami
5. Delices De France14453 S Dixie Hwy, Miami
6. Blackbrick3451 NE 1st Ave, Miami
7. El'eat Restaurant and Lounge3207 NE 163rd St, North Miami
8. Gilbert's 17th Street Grill1821 Cordova Rd, Fort Lauderdale
9. Prime 112112 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
The Big Pink's a family-style restaurant that plates just about every form of comfort food you can imagine, from waffles and pizza to the famous Big Pink TV Dinner. There's also a large number of flatscreen TVs lining the walls, allowing you to catch up on sports while you down your chow.
Insomnia Cookies will not only bring fresh-baked cookies to your door right up until 3am, if you can manage to make it into their Washington Ave store, they’ll make you a custom cookie ice cream sandwich with one of their seven flavors of ice cream and nine kinds of cookies which is, like, way too many combinations to figure out at 3am.
A hip, colorful little counter service spot with bistro tables and an open kitchen crafting a menu of pan-Asian dishes, Sakaya's from a chef whose tutelage at NYC's famed Vong inspired him to travel the streets of Southeast Asia in search of unique cookin
Food bloggers and others on social media like to say the double chocolate cookies at this café in Miami Ironside are so good they must have crack in them. Then again, given Ironside’s proximity to some other parts of the city, they might not be too off base.
Palmetto Bay might seem like a long trek down US-1 to go for a cookie, but it’s Miami, so don’t act like you’ve got anything like “normal working hours” that’d keep you from making the trip for the amazing jam-filled pastries.
Blackbrick pust a Floridian twist on Chinese with stuff like General Tso’s Florida Gator and Swank farms eggplant with Oyster sauce.
With a massive selection of Funky Buddha and other local craft beers, El'Eat in North Miami serves up killer Danish eats like meatballs w/ caramelized onions, mushroom gravy & Gruyere
Tucked in the Harbor Shops at Fort Lauderdale, this family-owned burger joint has been serving quality comfort food for over 10 years. It’s home cooking at its finest: the key lime pie, made fresh daily from an old family recipe, comes with a gratuitous dollop of whipped cream; clocking in at 8oz, the “CAB” Burger (Certified Angus Beef) is sure to satiate any cravings. There’s a casual, diner-meets-cafeteria vibe to the place (think hanging lantern-like lamps; upholstered banquette seating, two top tables clustered throughout), making it both group- and kid-friendly.
Located in the historic Browns Hotel, this chef-driven boutique steakhouse offers an innovative menu in a high-energy, sophisticated environment. There’s no better place in Miami to people-watch as celebrities chow down on dry-aged steaks and truffle-sprinkled sides, but you may have to do it for a while, as Prime 112 in SoFi promises notoriously long waits.